Wetfly INFINIT1 Large Arbor Fly Reel

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Overview

About Wetfly INFINIT1 Large Arbor Fly Reel

Closeouts. Wetfly's INFINIT1 large arbor fly reel is machined from the finest-grade 6061 aluminum billet stock and features precision needle bearings on a chrome spindle and a Cork-on-Delrin disc drag system for unbelievably smooth handling with lightning-fast retrievals.

Specs

Specs about Wetfly INFINIT1 Large Arbor Fly Reel

  • Line weight: 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
  • Arbor size: Large
  • Drag type: Disc
  • Drag material: Cork
  • Handle: Composite
  • Retrieve: Left or Right
  • Diameter: 3/4: 3.27"; 5/6: 3.54"; 7/8: 3.82"
  • Width: 3/4: 1.06"; 5/6: 1.06"; 7/8: 1.06"
  • Material: 6061 aluminum billet stock, needle bearings on chrome alloy spindle
  • Recommended use: Freshwater
  • Made in China
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4.000000 5 Overall Rating: 4 Based on 2 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by PDXpeckerwood from Portland, OR on Wednesday, April 10, 2013
I love the drag control and the ability to put more line on the reel.
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About Wetfly

Born of a passion for fly fishing, nurtured by inspiration and innovation, and focused on a commitment to quality and success on the water, Wetfly has risen like a Yellowstone Cutthroat to a place of prominence in the fly fishing industry. Founded in 1999, Wetfly presents world renowned flies tied by partner Craig Black, who has been tying quality flies worldwide for more than 35 years. Craig learned the craft from his dad, Dennis, the original founder of Umpqua, and started some of the first fly-tying factories in Thailand in the '70s. He continues to direct the production of top quality, hand-tied flies for Wetfly.